Responding to the recent backlash over Blizzard’s announcement of the mobile-only Diablo: Immortal during last week’s BlizzCon keynote, ex-Blizzard employee Mark Kern, who worked as a producer on Diablo 2, had some criticisms of his own for his former studio.
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Devolver Digital has announced its official date for their own Direct-like livestream event, in where they will announce new games, showcase gameplay for upcoming titles, and more.
The first game from indie studio 3-Fold Games is a bittersweet one. Before I Forget is a first-person exploration game about a woman with early onset dementia uncovering her past. Despite that, 3-Fold call it “delicate and atmospheric,” as the main character remembers details about her life and partner. It will release on July 16th.
When we last checked in with The Settlers, Ubisoft Blue Byte was announcing the game at Gamescom 2018. Back then, the studio was forecasting a launch in Autumn 2019. That date was delayed into this year, but now Blue Byte has said that The Settlers won’t be coming out in the near future. The release date has now been postponed indefinitely.
Roki is just ten days away from release on PC, and now has a new launch trailer.
Steeped in lore with a rich narrative to guide, Roki is one adventure game that I absolutely can’t wait to play! I can tell that the simple yet eloquent graphics truly attempt to capture the beauty and wonder that is Scandinavia, where the entirety of the game takes place.
11. Ariana Grande – Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
Final Fantasy isn’t known for celebrity cameos, but its 2017 free-to-play mobile title, Brave Exvius, bucks that trend in the strangest manner possible. Pop star Ariana Grande appears not just as a character, but a playable one.